Disney previewed all sorts of upcoming projects — both known and newly revealed — during its D23 Expo over the weekend, but one of the biggest surprises might be the fresh footage from Star Wars: Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker that debuted during a panel for the film. That trailer has found its way online, and along with an early peek at some scenes from the film, it also offers one particularly chilling moment that's likely to generate a lot of speculation. The "Special Look" video released by Disney begins with a montage of scenes from the original Star Wars trilogy, prequel trilogy, and the modern sequels, leading up to December's Rise of Skywalker . Among the highlights in the new footage are scenes featuring a massive fleet of Star Destroyers, several shots of Finn (John Boyega) and the rest of the cast together (including the new character, Jannah, played by Naomi Ackie) in various locations, a shot of iconic android C-3PO with red eyes, and a brief scene featuring the late Carrie Fisher as Leia. As previously reported, the scene with Leia was repurposed from footage that wasn't used in one of the earlier installments. It's a whole… Read full this story
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